Hirafu village

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Niseko Hirafu village

Most restaurants have a vegetarian option on their menus. Most Japanese are familiar with the English term “vegetarian” but often are not sure what it means. Bacon and fish stock may appear in some “vegetarian” dishes. It is always advised to check with the wait staff before ordering.  Often the chef can leave out the meat or fish from some dishes if requested. For some useful phrases and more information, check out the Japan Veg Guide.

Niseko FAQ: 

With over 40 restaurants in Hirafu village and around 200 places to dine at in the Niseko Resort Area there is no shortage of options.  From traditional Japanese to Western style and from fine dining to burger and chips, something to suit all tastes can be found. 
Every winter the Niseko Promotion Board publishes a free wine and dine guide for the Niseko Resort Area.  Information in English is provided for the restaurants and bars in Niseko.

Niseko FAQ: 

Niseko’s main attraction in winter is the snow.  Most non-skiing activities revolve around snow including snowmobiling, snow shoeing, horse riding and dog sledding.  For shopping or cultural experiences you will have to travel outside the resort area to either Otaru city or Sapporo city.  Trains run frequently from Kutchan station to Otaru city.

Niseko FAQ: 


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